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Mike Birbiglia: No Time Like the Present

Talking is a good way to describe Mr. Birbiglia’s comedy. “The New One,” his Broadway show that opened at the end of 2018 and inspired the book, is right at the corner of stand-up comedy, one-man performance, and storytelling.

Sep 3, 2020
Garden Tours: Once Again Down the Primrose Path

Horticulture enthusiasts will have two opportunities next weekend to visit private gardens in Southampton and on Shelter Island, thanks to benefit tours for the Southampton History Museum and the Parrish Art Museum.

Sep 3, 2020
A Musician Moves, but Leaves His Piano Behind

Michael Weiskopf, a longtime East Hampton resident and frontman for the Dylan cover band the Complete Unknowns, has donated a piano to LTV, allowing the public access station to continue its evolution.

Sep 3, 2020
The Art Scene 09.03.20

New exhibitions at Duck Creek, Drawing Room, Pace, South Etna, Halsey McKay, Harper's Books, and more, plus the annual Springs Improvement Society members show at Ashawagh Hall and a "Cloud Garden" at Guild Hall.

Sep 3, 2020
Knoedler's Art Forgery Scandal on Film

“Driven to Abstraction,” Daria Price’s documentary about the $80 million forgery scandal that stunned the art world and led to the collapse of Knoedler & Co., is this week's Hamptons Doc Fest featured film.

Sep 3, 2020
Bits and Pieces 09.03.20

Anderson and McBride Livestream
For those unable to score $500 tickets for Laurie Anderson and Christian McBride’s sold-out concert in Guild Hall’s garden on Saturday evening, there is a consolation prize: The performance will stream live at 8 p.m.

Ms. Anderson, an award-winning visual artist and innovative musician, and Mr. McBride, a six-time Grammy-winning bassist and composer, will be joined by Rubin Kodheli on cello.

Sep 3, 2020
A Mix of Drive-In and Virtual for This Year's Film Fest

Hamptons Film will hold its 28th Hamptons International Film Festival this year with mix of streamed and live content through drive-in presentations from Oct. 8 through Oct. 14. The films will include a documentary about Harry Chapin, the singer-songwriter from Huntington and founder of Long Island's first food bank.

Aug 28, 2020
Darlene Charneco, Every Nail Represents a Wish

“One of the things moving me forward right now, and it has been for a while, is symbiosis,” Darlene Charneco said during a conversation at the William Steeple Davis House in Orient, where she is the resident artist. “I’m learning more about the interspecies mutualisms that have evolved through time and how we are a product of that.”

Aug 27, 2020
Color, Creativity, and Control

Dia Bridgehampton's beguiling and intriguing exhibition of 11 four-channel screen prints on linen by Jill Magid form an installation that is a meditation on authorship, legal limitations and their interference with the creative urge, and the power of the individual to circumvent or override them.

Aug 27, 2020
Sag Cinema Outdoors and at Home

"Stand by Me" is the latest drive-in offering by the Sag Harbor Cinema at Havens Beach with two new virtual films for screening at home.

Aug 27, 2020
The Art Scene 08.27.20

A benefit art sale for the Southampton Arts Center, a new gallery in Southampton, and new shows at Nightingale, Colm Rowan, Grain Surfboard, and BCK

Aug 27, 2020
Bits and Pieces 08.27.20

Southampton Arts Center screens "Guardians of the Galaxy" outdoors and a documentary on Hal Buckner inside and Lynn Blue Band at the Parrish

Aug 27, 2020